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'The Life and Times of Sister Faustina' (Part 4)

Older footage of a younger Fr. Seraphim, in a 1991 film introducing the life and spirituality of a little-known Polish nun.

'The Life and Times of Sister Faustina' (Part 3)

Older footage of a younger Fr. Seraphim, in a 1991 film introducing the life and spirituality of a little-known Polish nun.

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Mary & The Marians

Putting the Joy in Jubilee

Father Allen Alexander, MIC, discusses the joy in being a Marian priest at this special time for the Church.

What Does This Jubilee Year Mean for Us?

This Jubilee Year of Mercy, we are called to challenge ourselves and to rejoice. Father Bill Hayward, MIC, explains.

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National Shrine

The Jubilee Year of Mercy Begins

From the Vatican to Stockbridge, Massachusetts, and all points in between, a "gift of grace" is ours for the taking.

Shrine Celebrates Grandparents Day

"It's in the home that we learn values, it's in the home that we learn to love, it's in the home that we learn discipline ..." said the Shrine rector.

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Marian Helpers

You are Called to Serve

January 27 is the feast day of Blessed George Matulaitis. Here is the challenge he set for all of us.

The Bishops Focus on the Family

How can we help the bishops in their deliberations and the Church in seeking a response to the crisis in the family today?

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Father Dan & The Saints

Who Was St. Jude?

Father Dan Cambra's series on the saints turns to the Patron Saint of the Impossible.

Who Was St. Dymphna?

Our weekly series continues with Fr. Dan Cambra, MIC, a scholar on the saints, giving us reason to believe in the intercessory role of a spunky Irish lady.

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